Has your family been making the same Christmas recipes for generations after generations? By now, they are probably even more delicious than they were when they were first invented. Even though these are common Holiday food staples for your household, you should still leave some room to try out some new Christmas food recipes this year. Here are some of our favorites. 

Simple Fruit Cake

With this recipe, you can save some time by using a spice cake mix and a lemon pudding mix. Then you will need ⅔ cup of apricot nectar, a quarter cup of apricot brandy, ½ cup of vegetable oil, 4 eggs, some chopped dates, candied cherries, candied pineapple and 1 cup of walnuts. For the glaze you will need 1 cup of powdered sugar and 2-3 tbsp of apricot brandy. You can make this in an hour and get the full recipe here.

Christmas Morning Wife Saver

There’s so much to think about the morning of Christmas Day. You shouldn’t have to worry about making a delicious breakfast too. This recipe is great because it’s made the night before. It consists of bread, milk, eggs, ham, cheese, onions (optional), salt and pepper and corn flakes. It’s made into layers ahead of time in a pan. All you need to do in the morning, is put it in the oven for 1 hour and breakfast prep is done! You can get the full recipe here.

Yorkshire Pudding

Not much goes better with a Turkey dinner than Yorkshire Pudding. There are many ways to make this recipe. This is our choice: Beat 3 eggs with 1 cup of milk, stir in 1 cup of flour and put it aside. Divide melted butter into the bottom of your muffin tins so it covers just the bottom. Bake for 5 minutes at 375. Then reduce to 350 and bake for 25 more minutes until you see that classic puffy and golden look. Get the full recipe here. 

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